NEW DELHI: As a developing force, India has a part to play in meeting the test of terrorism, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said as the two nations consented to overhaul their security counsels.
Mr Assad made the declaration amid a meeting with Minister of State for External Affairs MJ Akbar when the last approached him yesterday amid his Syria visit.
"There was an assention between both sides for further overhauling security meetings," the sources said. Nonetheless, the sources did not specify the level to which they have been moved up to.
Amid the meeting, Mr Assad likewise respected India's target position on the contention in Syria and both pioneers recognized that terrorism was a worldwide issue, sources said.
"As a developing force, India has a part to play in meeting the test of terrorism," sources cited Assad as saying. On his part, Mr Akbar, amid their meeting, said the period of devastation ought to offer route to the time of reproduction in Syria.
Mr Assad additionally welcomed India to assume a dynamic part in the remaking of the Syrian economy. Both pioneers concurred that as common countries, India and Syria have confidence in confidence fairness.
Mr Akbar is at present on an almost week-long visit to West Asia from August 17.